People’s Daily, the mouthpiece of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), on November 30, announced a week-long CCP campaign to promote the Chinese Constitution.

This campaign started on December 4—“Chinese Constitution Day.”

The Chinese Constitution promoted by the CCP contains many articles affirming fundamental human rights, such as allowing freedom of demonstration, freedom of opinion expression, and freedom of religion.

Ironically, the People’s Daily announced the campaign promoting the Chinese Constitution when the White Paper movement protesting against CCP’s “zero-COVID” policy was at its peak across China.

Reports indicated that participants in the White Paper movement were harassed by CCP security, obstructing the right to protest as stipulated in the Constitution.

The commentator Stu Cvrk pointed out the shameless lies of the CCP when, on the one hand, it spouts propaganda that it protects human rights. But, on the other hand, it brutally represses fundamental human rights.

Stu Cvrk listed some articles in the Constitution of the People’s Republic of China, backed by the CCP, in a commentary published by The Epoch Times on December 8.

Article 33: “All citizens of the People’s Republic of China are equal before the law. The state shall respect and protect human rights.”

Article 35: “Citizens of the People’s Republic of China shall enjoy the freedom of speech, the press, assembly, association, procession, and demonstration.”

Article 37: “The personal freedom of citizens of the People’s Republic of China shall not be violated. No citizen shall be arrested unless with the approval or by the decision of a people’s procuratorate or by the decision of a people’s court, and arrests must be made by a public security organ.”

According to Stu Cvrk’s commentary, it’s clear that the things written in the CCP’s Constitution mentioned above are only meant to help this condemned organization defraud the people. But, unfortunately, the reality is quite the opposite. In China, people do not have fundamental human rights.

The brutal human rights repression during the Cultural Revolution, the Tiananmen massacre, and the persecution of Falun Gong, Tibet, Hong Kong, Xinjiang, etc., are vivid examples.

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